The Chicago Juvenile Court, Bureau Publication No. 104

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United States. Children's Bureau , Jeter, Helen Rankin, 1895-1998 and Breckinridge, Sophonisba P. (Sophonisba Preston), 1866-1948. The Chicago Juvenile Court, Bureau Publication No. 104 , Washington, D.C: Government Printing Office, 1922, https://fraser.stlouisfed.org/title/8386, accessed on May 21, 2024.

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At head of title: U.S. Department of labor. James J. Davis, secretary. Children's bureau. Grace Abbott, chief

"In planning the investigation and writing the report Miss Jeter had the assistance and counsel of Prof. S.P. Breckinridge, of the University of Chicago, who also edited the report."--Letter of transmittal, page v.

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